|Hazai tulajdon||Generali-Providencia Biztosító Zrt.||14,88|
|UniCredit Bank Hungary Zrt.||7,38|
|Sberbank Magyarország Zrt.||1,39|
|Külföldi tulajdon||Bausparkasse Schwäbisch Hall AG||51,25|
|Bausparkasse Wüstenrot AG||13,63|
|Wüstenrot & Württembergische AG||11,47|
Fundamenta-Lakáskassza has been engaging in home savings fund activities since 1997 as a specialised credit institution, and, with the over 1.65 million contracts it has concluded throughout its history, it has established itself a key position in home purchase financing. The company’s activities equally encompass collecting deposits of home savings contracts, offering loans, as well as bridging loans related to this contract.
The closed home savings system regulated by law represents an institutionalised instrument in the real estate credit market that guarantees a safe scheme in a changing market and interest rate environment for clients and credit institutions alike. Beyond making regular monthly payments to the home savings account, discount on credit is also offered at the end of the savings period.
Fundamenta-Lakáskassza is the best partner for anyone that wishes to establish their future by means of self-provision. The wide range of home savings and credit options helps generate capital. Thanks to the international experience it has acquired and to the consultancy services supported by modern technology, Fundamenta-Lakáskassza offers quality services.
In 2011, someone decided to choose Fundamenta as their partner every four minutes. Based on its clientele, it is the fourth biggest credit institution in Hungary* and ranked in the Top 10 on the grounds of its total deposits **.
Fundamenta was the financial institution of the year in 2011 and was awarded the Superbrands and Business Superbrands titles for the third time, alongside receiving first prize in the 250-1,000 employees category of the Hewitt Best Workplace competition.
*: Source: Portfolio.hu – financial yearbook for 2011 (end of 2009 data)
**:Source: Reports for 2011 of the concerned financial institutions